Facilities Projects

Updated 6/18/21 - updated information shown in red

Gibson Grant Log Cabin

Description: This project is the restoration of the Gibson Grant Log Cabin located at the intersection of Flower Mound Rd. and Quail Run. The project will restore the cabin to the 1890-1925 time period by removing some of the additions and will result in a one-story, 950 square foot, six-room museum. 

A professional services agreement with McCoy Collaborative Preservation Architecture, PLLC. was approved at the February 18, 2019 council meeting. Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) contract awarded at the September 16 council meeting. A revised CIP budget was approved at the same meeting, combining all three phases to take advantage of grant funding. An amendment to the professional services agreement, which combined the three phases for design, was approved December 16.  Staff met again with the Texas Historical Commission onsite on March 2, 2020. Design is complete. Guaranteed maximum price construction contract was awarded October 5. The prefabricated restroom building is anticipated to arrive in late June. Rain delayed the roof work. Shingle installation began this week. 

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Project cost: $1,575,593

Funding source(s): Grant/Interlocal, Other

Anticipated completion: October 2021